Halo engagement rings are a beautiful choice for those that want a little extra sparkle. The center stone, either diamond or colored gemstone, is surrounded by a halo of smaller diamonds or colored gemstones. There are many different styles of halos as well, such as those inspired by art-deco, vintage, accented and double halo. They are popular now, but did you know they've been around since the 1700's? Read on for some of our most popular halos, featuring lab-grown diamonds in both the center stone and any side stones, too!
The Milan halo is unique in that you can choose the inner halo to be rose gold, yellow gold, or keep it the same color as the rest of the ring. Because the halo is so big, it will make the center stone look larger, meaning you can spend less and get a smaller center stone without sacrificing overall size.
If you're into the vintage-style look, you'll love the Isabelle, which features scrollwork on the halo and sides of the band. Cushion cut diamonds look beautiful in halos and match the style of the vintage or art-deco style bands. This ring can be custom ordered by emailing us, live chatting or calling (800-608-0476).
The Venice halo is less dramatic than the Milan, but still adds that extra bit of sparkle.
The Kyoto, pictured here in rose gold, is similar to the Venice, but adds a bit of texture to the band for a unique touch.
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